We did not win anything other than a token prize from one of the vendors. But that was OK. We feel we came away with so much. Although it would have been fantastic to get the TV package!
|Craig, My sister iin-law Gerie, and my brother Keith|
Monday we headed north to Williams, and tomorrow we will be at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
My feet are very happy to finally be heading to the Canyon!
So happy I wanted to dance with this par baked loaf of bread from Trader Joe's!
We had heard that Williams was an interesting old town. I planned on spending the afternoon there. However, many of the shops were closed or empty. We spent about an hour looking for what several people had recommended, but we were not impressed.
The air was pretty warm, but the wind came up again in the afternoon. My eyes were very irritated, and the lady at the RV park front desk said there was a lot of pine pollen in the air. I'm going to take some Benadryl tomorrow. Hope it helps.
Although there is a lot of green around, Craig found several of these trees that are not yet showing any buds or leaves. At 7000+ feet, the sky is incredibly blue! Quite different from the brownish dust filled sky around the Phoenix area. I hope we get some good sunsets when we are at the Canyon.
Coming here is a big deal for me. The Grand Canyon has been on my "bucket list" for most of my life.